It’s a triangle, actually. This shot, taken looking up at Melbourne’s highest building, Eureka Tower, was taken in January 2010 under a clear blue sky that you can see faithfully reflected in the building’s facade. 1,678 views on 1 August 2014
The tower was opened in October 2006 and is located at 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank.
But the base of the triangle creates its own reflection and the composite shape actually creates an imperfect diamond.
The glass facade is a faithful mirror of the weather and in this case you can see I shot this under a flawless sky. It’s also interesting, I guess, to note that the pattern underneath the triangle is actually composed of a shapes that are simple variations of rectangles.
I do not crop, enhance or post-edit my images in any way. Shot with a Pentax K100D, using a Sigma 70-300mm lens. F6.7, 1/350 sec, ISO 200, focal length 108 mm.
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